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Liang Dynasty (502-557) / Later Liang Dynasty (907-923) / surname Liang
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roof beam / beam (structure) / bridge
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variant of
bridge (lit. and fig.)
HSK 6
Lüliang prefecture-level city in Shanxi 山西
Liangshan city and County in Jining 濟寧|济宁, Shandong
beam
Liangzihu district of Ezhou city 鄂州市, Hubei
capital of Wei during Warring states / CL:
Tongliang suburban county in Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
Liangping county in Wanzhou suburbs of north Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
Liangyuan district of Shangqiu city 商丘市, Henan
The Butterfly Lovers, Chinese folktale / abbr. for 梁山伯與祝英台|梁山伯与祝英台
Lüliang prefecture-level city in Shanxi 山西
ridgepole / ridgepole and beams / person able to bear heavy responsibility / mainstay (of organization) / pillar (of state)
backbone / spine
bridge of the nose
Liang Qichao (1873-1929), influential journalist and a leader of the failed reform movement of 1898
Liangshan County in Jining 濟寧|济宁, Shandong
Fuliang county in Jingdezhen 景德鎮|景德镇, Jiangxi
Leung Chun-ying (1954-), 3rd Chief Executive of Hong Kong
Liangping county in Wanzhou suburbs of north Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
to play a leading role / to bear a heavy responsibility
Liang of the Southern dynasties (502-557)
Liang of the Southern dynasties (502-557)
steel beam / girder
pillar / backbone
I-beam
The Butterfly Lovers, Chinese folktale of the tragic love between Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai
plate girder bridge
Lianghe county in Dehong Dai and Jingpo autonomous prefecture 德宏傣族景頗族自治州|德宏傣族景颇族自治州, Yunnan
handle in the shape of a hoop
Liangyuan district of Shangqiu city 商丘市, Henan
(slang) to start a feud / to have a beef
Tongliang suburban county in Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
box girder (construction)
old name of Kaifeng 開封|开封
Takahashi (name) / Takahashi city in Okayama prefecture, Japan / Highbridge (name)
Fuliang county in Jingdezhen 景德鎮|景德镇, Jiangxi
lit. to steal a rafter and replace it with a column / to replace the original with a fake / to perpetrate a fraud (idiom)
beam / rafter / lintel / person able to bear heavy responsibility / mainstay (of organization) / pillar (of state)
reverberates around the rafters (idiom); fig. sonorous and resounding (esp. of singing voice)
Guliang Annals, commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 春秋, first published during the Han Dynasty
Liang Dynasty (502-557)
Later Liang of the Five Dynasties (907-923)
Liangzihu district of Ezhou city 鄂州市, Hubei
Liang Xiang (1919-1989), first governor of Hainan
longitudinal beam
richly ornamented (building)
driven to join the Liangshan Mountain rebels / to drive to revolt / to force sb to desperate action
History of Liang of the Southern Dynasties, eighth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled by Yao Silian 姚思廉 in 636 during Tang dynasty, 56 scrolls
Lianghe county in Dehong Dai and Jingpo autonomous prefecture 德宏傣族景頗族自治州|德宏傣族景颇族自治州, Yunnan
diplodocus
mountain ridge
Liang Shuming (1893-1988), modern philosopher and teacher in the neo-Confucian tradition
reverberates around the rafters for three days (idiom); fig. sonorous and resounding (esp. of singing voice)
lit. If the upper beam is not straight, the lower beam will be crooked (idiom); fig. subordinates imitate their superiors' vices
to study assiduously and tirelessly (idiom) / see also 頭懸梁錐刺股|头悬梁锥刺股
backbone
White Crane Ridge at Fuling, Sichuan on the Changjiang River, that used to show above the water at dry periods, with famous carvings
pillar
lit. the gentleman on the roof beam / fig. a thief
to criticize behind sb's back / back-biting
ruffian / bully
roof beam / rafters
Ryazan, Russian town
Mongol surname
lit. with his head attached to a beam and stabbing his thigh with an awl (idiom) / fig. to study assiduously and tirelessly
to criticize behind sb's back / back-biting
lit. ferry bridge / fig. interim measure over some difficulty / a guide
brace girder
Liang Chenyu (1521-1594), Ming dramatist of the Kunshan opera school
another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史
Selina Chow (Chow Liang Shuk-yee) (1945-), Hong Kong politician
Takahashi city in Okayama prefecture 岡山縣|冈山县, Japan
T-girder
Liangshan city in Shandong
reverberates around the rafters (idiom); fig. sonorous and resounding (esp. of singing voice)
Takahashigawa, river in Okayama prefecture 岡山縣|冈山县, Japan
Fish Leong (1978-), Malaysian pop singer / also Leong Chui Peng or Jasmine Leong
surname Guliang / abbr. for 穀梁傳|谷梁传, Guliang Annals


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